WAGNER Plast Coat 35 Technical data

Betriebsanleitung
Operating manual Mode d’emploi
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Plast Coat PC 25 PC 35
0348 870
03 / 2010
p. 2
p. 24
p. 48
p. 72
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Warning!
Suction pumps develop high spraying pressures.
Attention − Danger of injury!
1
Never reach into the spray jet with your fingers or hand!
Never aim the spray lance at yourself or other persons!
The materials sprayed cause chemical burns or irritations!
Protect your skin and eyes!
2
Each time before starting up, follow the procedure below as specified in the
Operating manual:
1.Only connect to the mains supply using a special distributing point, e.g.
using a site distribution system with fault current protection with INF ≤ 30
mA.
2.Observe the permissible pressures.
3.Check all the connecting parts for leaks.
3
Instructions for regular cleaning and servicing of the machine must be
strictly adhered to.
Before starting any work on the machine and during breaks, follow the procedure below:
1.Note the setting time of the material.
2.Relieve the pressure in the spray lance and hose.
3.Switch the machine off.
Be safety-conscious!
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Contents
Contents
1
Safety requirements______________________ 28
2
Introduction to working with the mortar
spraying machines PlastCoat 25 and 35_ __ 29
2.1 Operation of the mortar spraying machines
PlastCoat 25 and 35 _ __________________________ 29
2.2 What materials can be sprayed?__________________ 29
3
Technical data PlastCoat 25 and 35_______ 29
4Equipment overview – mortar spraying
machines PlastCoat 25 and 35_____________
4.1 Control unit_ ________________________________
4.1.1 Symbols on the changeover switch_______________
4.2 Drive_ ______________________________________
4.3 Receptacle_ _________________________________
Accessories for the receptacle_ __________________
4.3.1 Sliding cover_ ________________________________
4.3.2 Sack mangle_ ________________________________
4.3.3 Container suction system_______________________
4.4 Compressor (accessory) _______________________
4.5 Mortar hose with electrical remote control _ _____
4.6 Spray lance with automatic control _____________
4.7 Spray lance without automatic control__________
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Transport_________________________________ 33
5.1 Transport using a crane_________________________ 33
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Coating materials equipment table
PlastCoat 25 and 35_ ___________________ 34/35
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Placing into operation ________________ 36-38
8
General requirements for application
technology_ _________________________________ 38
12 Servicing__________________________________ 43
Electrical equipment___________________________ 43
Long-term storage_ ___________________________ 43
13 Spare parts list – PlastCoat 25 and 35_____ 44
Spare parts illustration –
PlastCoat 25 and 35_ ______________________ 97
14 Spare parts list – Spray lance with
automatic control_______________________ 19
Spare parts illustration – Spray
lance with automatic control____________ 97
15 Spare parts list – Spray lance
without automatic control______________ 19
Spare parts illustration – Spray
lance without automatic control________ 97
16 Spare parts list and spare parts
illustration – Compressor V 400__________ 20
17 Spare parts list and spare parts
illustration – Container suction system_ 21
18 Accessories – PlastCoat 25 and 35 _________ 22
Accessories illustration –
PlastCoat 25 and 35 ____________________ 98/99
WAGNER-customer service depots___________________ 112
Important notes on product liability__________________ 103
Warranty_____________________________________103/104
Declaration of conformity_______________________ 109
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Fitting accessories _ ___________________ 39/40
9.1 Compressor__________________________________ 39
9.2 Sack mangle_ ________________________________ 39
Using coating materials in sacks__________________ 40
9.3 Container suction system_______________________ 40
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10.1
10.2
10.3
Placing out of operation and cleaning_ _
Cleaning the mortar hose _ _____________________
Cleaning device and changing pump jacket________
Cleaning spray lance___________________________
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11 Malfunction checklist_ _______________ 42/43
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Safety Requirements
1
Safety requirements
Danger of injury from the screw conveyor.
Only reach into the container with the mortar spraying machine switched off.
Only switch on the mortar spraying machine with the safety grill inserted.
The safety grill must be inserted for all day
to day working and cleaning activities
All local safety regulations in force must be observed.
For safe operation of the mortar spraying machines, always
comply with the following specific instructions:
1.Use of the mortar spraying machines
The mortar spraying machines PlastCoat 25 and 35
are designed only for the spraying of the materials
described on page 27. Any other use is not permitted. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any
damage resulting from this. In such cases, the risk
will be borne solely by the user. Intended use also includes compliance with the Operating manual and compliance with the inspection
and servicing conditions. Always keep the Operating
manual ready at hand at the machine location.
2.The mortar spraying machines PlastCoat 25 and 35
may only be operated with a pressure gauge. Only the
mortar hose prescribed by the manufacturer may be
used.
3. Only use identified mortar hoses with an operating
pressure of at least 40 bar.
4. Personnel safety
Always wear protective goggles, protective clothing and
gloves and, if necessary, skin barrier cream and breathing equipment, to protect your eyes, skin and respiratory
system. Never uncouple mortar hose while it is still under pressure.
Note pressure gauge!
Wear protective goggles!
Never aim spray lance at any person!
5. Breathing masks
Breathing masks must be provided for the operator to
protect against mineral dust.
6. Only connect to the mains supply using a special distributing point, e.g. using site distribution system with
fault current protection with INF ≤ 30 mA.
7.The master switch has an EMERGENCY OFF function.
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8. Prevent the socket for the remote control on the control
unit from getting dirty.
Always leave the coupler plug of the remote control line
on the mortar hose screwed complete into the control
unit.
9. Cleaning and servicing
Never uncouple mortar hoses under pressure. Before uncoupling, check pressure on the pressure gauge.
Turn off the mortar spraying machine for cleaning and
maintenance work. Pull out mains plug and ensure
that it cannot be plugged back in unintentionally.
Do not spray the motor or control unit of the mortar
spraying machine with water jet, high-pressure or steam
cleaning equipment. Water could penetrate the machine
and cause a short-circuit.
10.Electrical equipment
Work on the machine’s electrical equipment may be carried out only by a qualified electrician. The electrical
equipment must be inspected regularly. Defects such as
loose connections or scorched cables must be remedied
immediately.
11.Keep the labels on the mortar spraying machine clean
and legible.
12. Positioning on uneven ground
The front of the mortar spraying machine must point upwards to avoid that the machine slips away.
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Introduction to working with the motar spraying Machines/ Technical Data
2
Introduction to working
with the mortar spraying
machines PlastCoat 25 and 35
The mortar spraying machines can be combined with continuous flow, gravitation compulsory or pan mixers for the processing of mineral coating materials.
The container suction system (accessory) can be used to suck
directly from a container.
All coating materials should be suitable for applying using
machines. See product data sheet for the coating material to
be used.
Only use other materials after prior consultation with the
manufacturer or WAGNER application technology dept.
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Technical data
Voltage:
2.1
Operation of the mortar spraying
machines PlastCoat 25 and 35
The coating materials are supplied to the machine by means
of the receptacle. The spiral conveyor feeds the coating material into an eccentric screw pump. This pump generates the
pressure required for the transport through the mortar hose.
The compressed air necessary for the atomizing of the material is fed into the spray lance.
The mortar spraying machine can be switched on and off using the electrical remote control.
The continuously adjustable feed rate of the coating material
can be used to create a soft, even spraying pattern.
What materials can be sprayed?
• Heat insulating composite system adhesive (mineral and synthetic resin systems)
• Synthetic resin plasters up to grain size of 5 mm
• Silicate plasters up to grain size 5
• Silicate resin plasters up to grain size 5
• Mineral final coat plaster up to grain size 5
• Light plaster systems up to grain size 5
• Scraped rendering up to grain size 5
• Insulation plaster
• Renovating plaster
• Foam mortar coating
• Quartz plastic
• Roof coatings
• Flameproof coatings
• Mineral sealing slurries
• Bitumen emulsions
• Reinforcing filler
• Liquid wood chip
• Frame sealing mortar
• Synthetic resin rendering base
• Primer
• Filling paints, incl. fiber containing
• Elastic coatings
• Acoustic plaster, synthetic resin bonded
• Filler, synthetic resin bonded
• Concrete trowel
PlastCoat 35
230 V ~, 50 Hz
400 V, 50 Hz V3 ~
Fuse protection:
16 A slow-blow
Device mains cable
6 m long:
3 x 2.5 mm2
5 x 1.5 mm2
Motor output P1:
2.2 kW
3.6 kW
Max. feed rate (water):
Pump yellow:
Pump brown:
Pump green:
10 l/min
15 l/min
20 l/min
15 l/min
20 l/min
25 l/min
Max. operating pressure:
40 bar
Max. grain size:
K5 mm
Measurements L x W x H:
1200 x 520 x 660 mm
Receptacle capacity:
Weight:
2.2
PlastCoat 25
60 l
85 kg
87 kg
Tire pressure, max.:
2 bar
Protective system:
IP 54
Max. sound pressure level:
Atomization air connection:
Max. atomization air pressure:
Required volume of
compressed air, min:
Texture nozzle:
Mortar hose:
77 dB (A)*
Rapid action coupling DN 7 mm
10 bar
220 l/min
8 mm (standard)
DN 27 mm, 10 m (standard)
* Measuring point: At a distance of 1m to the side of the unit and
at a height of 1.60 m above floor, reverberant floor.
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Equipment Overview
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9
10
Equipment overview – mortar spraying machines PlastCoat 25 and 35
Control unit
Receptacle
Screw conveyor
Pump jacket – pump screw
Pressure gauge
Outlet unit
Compressed air connection
Mortar hose, assy.
Texture nozzle
Spray lance with automatic control
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11 Switch sleeve, for switching the mortar spraying machine
on and off using remote control
12 Spray lance without automatic control
13 Remote control switch, for switching of the mortar spraying machine on and off using remote control
14 Electric motor with transmission
15 Bar for wrapping the mains cable
16 Connection for remote control
17 Safety guard
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30
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Control unit
4.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
4.1.1
Control unit
Master switch 0–1
Indicator lamp
Feed rate regulator 0–10
Changeover switch
Mains cable
Connection for remote control
Symbols on the changeover switch
(fig. 4)
1 Releasing the pressure or removing the pump jacket.
Pump runs in reverse direction.
2 “0” drive is switched off.
3 “AUTO” remote control using the spray lance.
4 Spraying or pulling on the pump jacket.
Pump runs in the forwards direction.
2
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3
O
AUTO.
1
4
2
3
1
4
5
The mortar spraying machine can be switched on using the
master switch (1, fig. 3).
The indicator lamp (2) shows that the machine is ready for operation.
The feed rate can be continuously adjusted by means of the
feed rate switch (3).
4.2
Drive
If overloading occurs then the mortar spraying machine
switches off. Turn master switch (1, fig. 3) and changeover
switch (4, fig. 3) to “0”. Wait at least 10 seconds and then turn
the mortar spraying machine back on.
4.3
Receptacle (fig. 5)
1 receptacle made of high-grade steel with grating.
Contents: 60 liter
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Accessories for the receptacle
Accessories for the receptacle
4.5
4.3.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Sliding cover
Prevents contamination getting into the coating material. Extends the hardening time of the coating material, particularly
with direct sunlight.
4.3.2
Sack mangle
For using coating material in sacks, a sack mangle can be
placed on the sliding cover.
4.3.3
Mortar hose with electrical remote
control (fig. 7)
Material connection – mortar spraying machine
Remote control connection – mortar spraying machine
Atomization air connection – compressed air supply
Material connection – spray lance
Mortar hose
Atomization air connection – spray lance
Remote control connection – spray lance or remote control switch
1
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2
Container suction system
For sucking up coating material from a container, an external
container can be employed instead of the receptacle.
4.4
Compressor (accessory)
V 400 suction volume 360 l/min (fig. 6)
1 Compressor holder
2 Compressed air connection
Note:
Only operate the compressor according to the operating manual included.
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Transport
4.6
Spray lance with automatic control (fig. 8)
1 Material connection
2 Switch sleeve, switching the mortar spraying machine on
and off using remote control
3 Texture nozzle
4 Air tap
5 Material tap
6 Remote control connection
7 Atomization air connection
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1
5
Transport
• Moving the mortar spraying machine on its wheels:
Hold the fold-out handles (1, fig. 10), lift and move.
• Carrying the mortar spraying machine:
Hold the fold-out handles (1) and front bar (2) and lift.
Transport using a crane
For attaching points for the straps or rope (not wire cable) see
figure 10.
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6
5
5.1
2
7
Various different texture nozzle can be fitted to the spray
lance, see accessories page 48, item 1.
The size of the nozzle depends on the grain size of the coating
material and the required spraying pattern.
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Various different texture nozzles can be fitted to the spray
lance, see accessories page 48, item 1.
The size of the nozzle depends on the grain size of the coating material and the required spraying pattern.
4.7
1
2
3
4
5
Spray lance without automatic control
(fig. 9)
2
Atomization air connection
Air tap
Texture nozzle
Material tap
Material connection
1
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1
2
5
4
3
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Coating materials equipment table
PlastCoat 35, 400 V, 50 Hz, V3~
✶ 
✶
✶ 
✶ ✶ ✶ ✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
0348 946
Mortar hose
DN 35 – 13,3 m
x piece
0348 912
Mortar hose
DN 27 – 10 m
x piece 4
3
0348 909
Mortar hose
DN 19 – 10 m
x piece 1
1
0342 255
Mortar hose
DN 19 – 2 m
0348 241
0342 200
Spray lance with automatic control
Spray lance without automatic control
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0348 960
Ceiling spray lance with automatic control
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0342 912
Rendering lance
0342 246
Application gun
Mortar hoses
Spray lances and nozzles
Pumps
Accessories
1
1
4
3
2
1
1
Silicon resin plaster up to G 5
0348 . . .
Silicate plaster up to G 5
✶ 
KH scraped rendering up to G 5
✶ 
KH groove plaster up to G 5
✶
KH reinforcing filler
✶ 
KH rolling and filling plaster
Foam mortar coating
PlastCoat 25, 230 V~, 50 Hz
Quartz-containing mineral paints
Wood chip paint
0348 . . .
KH-smooth and texture filler
Description
Caption:
 up to 30 m delivery radius ● necessary accessory
✶ up to 50 m delivery radius  recommended accessory
RW
Stirring apparatus
T25 K Continuous mixer
ZM
Compulsory mixer
KH-base plastic/quarz plastic
Part No.
PlastCoat 25 and PlastCoat 35
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200 U
0268 779
Texture nozzle
4
0348 915
Texture nozzle
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5
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0268 780
Texture nozzle
6
6
6
0348 916
Texture nozzle
7
0268 781
Texture nozzle
8
0348 917
Texture nozzle
9
0268 782
Texture nozzle
10
10 10 10 10
0342 327
Texture nozzle
12
12 12 12 12
0268 905
Texture nozzle set
4
6
8
0268 726
Rendering nozzle set
14
16
18
0348 315
0348 316
Pump jacket yellow (standard)
Pump screw yellow (standard)
0348 925
0348 926
Pump jacket brown (accessory)
Pump screw brown (accessory)
0348 927
0348 928
Pump jacket green, retightenable (accessory)
Pump screw green (accessory)
0342 231
Compressor V 400, suction volume 360 l/min, 230 V~, 50 Hz
0348 963
Sack mangle (Sliding cover 0348 962 necessary)
0348 907
Container suction system
0343 002
Continuous mixer Wagner T 25 K
Accessoires illustration, see page 99/100.
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Synthetic resin based systems
Coating materials equipment table
KH-coating plaster/concrete contact
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500l ●
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PCC renovating mortar up to G 4
Quartz-containing elastic slurries
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T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K T25K ZM RW
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ZM RW
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500l
Roof coating
Flameproof coatings
Mineral special scraped rendering
Flame protection mortar
Slot wall mortar
Acoustic plaster
Renovating plaster
Insulating plaster
Lime cement base plaster
Cement pedestal plaster
Lime internal plaster
Light texture plaster
Light first coat plaster
Groove plaster up to G 5
Special applications
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Information on requestTest may be necessary
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Bitumen sealing
2
Information on requestTest may be necessary
1
Information on requestTest may be necessary
PCC-seal/elastic slurries
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Reinforcing fibre filler
PCC fine/cavity filler
WDVS adhesive/filler
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Coating materials equipment table
Mineral plaster systems
For coating materials from the container
RW
Only use other coating materials after consulting WAGNER application technology department.
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Placing into operation
7
Placing into operation
Connecting spray lance with automatic system
Installation location
Position mortar spraying machine in a level position to prevent it from sliding away.
Compressor (accessory)
Attach compressor holder to the mortar spraying machine.
Place compressor onto holder and secure with screws. Connect compressor to power supply.
Connecting mortar hose
• Check that the outlet unit (1, fig. 11) is seated firmly. If necessary tighten star grips (2) by hand.
• Connect mortar hose (3) and secure with tension levers (4).
• Screw remote control to connection (5) on the control unit.
• Connect atomization air connection (6) on mortar hose to
the compressed air supply or compressor (accessory).
• Assemble texture nozzle (1, fig. 12) on the spray lance with
cone in the direction of the spraying head.
The nozzle size should be at least three times the grain
size,
e.g., grain size synthetic resin plaster –> 3 mm
nozzle size
–> 10 mm
• Connect spray lance (2) and secure with tension levers (3).
• Close material tap (4).
• Screw coupling plug (5) for remote control to the control cable of the mortar hose.
• Connect atomization air connection (6) to the air hose of the
mortar hose.
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2
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5
6
5
4
Connecting spray lance without automatic
system
2
1
4
6
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• Fasten remote control switch (1, fig. 13) with the two O-rings
(2) to the mortar hose.
• Screw coupling plug (3) for remote control on the control
cable of the mortar hose.
• Assemble texture nozzle (4) on the spray lance with cone in
the direction of the spraying head.
The nozzle size should be at least three times the grain
size
e.g., grain size synthetic resin plaster –> 3 mm
nozzle size
–> 10 mm
• Connect spray lance (5) and secure with tension levers (6).
• Close material tap (7).
• Connect atomization air connection (8) to the air hose of the
mortar hose.
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Placing into operation
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8
5
• Fill 2–3 l synthetic resin dispersion or cellulose paste into the
receptacle.
• Caution: set changeover switch (4, fig. 14) to „0“ before turning on the master switch (1, fig. 14).
7
The pump is switched on, even if the feed rate
regulator is at position „0“.
3
2
1
6
4
• Turn master switch (1, fig. 14) to „1“, the indicator lamp will
show that the machine is ready for operation.
• Set feed rate regulator (3) to „5“.
• Turn changeover switch (4) to „AUTO“ (remote control using
spray lance).
• Hold spray lance over an empty bucket.
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Extension cable PlastCoat 25
The cross section of the cable must be min.
3 x 2.5 mm. Unwind extension cable completely. Make sure that the couplings and
plugs are in complete working order.
2
Extension cable PlastCoat 35
The cross section of the cable must be min.
5 x 2.5 mm. Unwind extension cable completely. Make sure that the couplings and
plugs are in complete working order.
Arrange the mains cable so that there is no
danger of it being tripped over.
Protect against damage, e.g., caused by it
being run over.
• Before connecting to the mains make sure that the mains
voltage is in accordance with the details on the rating
plate.
• Only connect to the mains supply using a special distributing point, e.g. using a site distribution system with fault current protection with INF ≤ 30 mA.
• Connect mortar spraying machine to the mains supply.
Preparing the mortar spraying machine
Only work with the safety grill inserted!
Recommended lubricant for the mortar hose
Water is not a satisfactory lubricant.
Danger of blockages!
Synthetic resin products –> synthetic resin
dispersion
PCC systems
–> cellulose paste
3
1
4
Spray lance with automatic control
• Open material tap (3, fig. 15) on the spray lance. The mortar
spraying machine will switch on.
Spray lance without automatic control
• Open material tap (3, fig. 16) on the spray lance. Press remote
control switch (1, fig. 16). The mortar spraying machine will
switch on.
Spray lance with automatic control
• When the synthetic resin dispersion or cellulose paste has
been pumped into the mortar hose – turn off device, turn
switching sleeve (1, fig. 15) by 90° in a clockwise direction as
far as it will go.
• Close material tap (3, fig. 15).
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General requirements for application technology
Spray lance without automatic control
• Close air tap (2, fig. 15).
• When the synthetic resin dispersion or cellulose paste has
been pumped into the mortar hose – turn off device with
remote control switch (1, fig. 16).
• Close material tap (3, fig. 16).
• Check viscosity of the coating material.
• Fill coating material into the receptacle. With mineral coating materials only fill the receptacle to half full.
Spray lance without automatic control
• Press remote control switch (1, fig. 16) on mortarhose.
• Wait 3–5 seconds.
• Close material tap (3, fig. 16).
Noncompliance with the above instructions will result in additional wear of the
material tap.
Spray lance with automatic control
• Open material tap (3, fig. 15).
• The coating material will be pumped into the mortar hose.
Spray lance without automatic control
• Open material tap (3, fig. 16).
• Turn on device with remote control switch (1, fig. 16).
• Coating material will be pumped into the mortar hose.
• Pump synthetic resin dispersion or cellulose paste from the
mortar hose into a bucket.
• As soon as coating material starts coming out of the spray
lance – turn off device using remote control and close material tap on the spray lance.
• Hold spray lance over the receptacle.
• Open material tap (3, fig. 15 and 16) and turn on device using remote control.
• Set the feed rate regulator (3, fig. 3, page 31) to the required
feed rate.
• Turn off device using remote control and close material tap
(3, fig. 15 and 16).
• Fasten mortar hose using hose holder to the frame (each
connecting hose separately).
• Close air tap (2, fig. 16).
Spray lance with automatic control (fig. 15)
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3
2
Spray lance without automatic control (fig. 16)
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Do not kink the mortar hose!
Protect it against damage e.g., resulting
from it being run over or from sharp objects.
2
Starting the spraying procedure
• Open air tap (2, fig. 16 and 17) and material tap (3, fig. 15
and 16) on the spray lance.
Spray lance without automatic control
Turn device on using remote control switch (1, fig. 16).
End of the spraying procedure
Spray lance with automatic control
• Turn switching sleeve (1, fig. 15) 90° clockwise as far as it will
go.
• Wait 3–5 seconds.
• Close material tap (3, fig. 15).
Noncompliance with the above instructions will result in additional wear of the
material tap.
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General requirements for
application technology
Spraying technique
Guide the spray lance at a uniform distance of 30 – 60 cm from
the object when spraying. If you do not do this, you will not
achieve a regular spray pattern. The spray pattern is dependent upon the type of material, material consistency, tip size,
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Fitting accessories
material delivery rate and air delivery rate.
fine texture ––> larger air delivery rate
coarse texture
––> low air delivery rate
Higher material
delivery rate ––> higher air delivery rate
We recommend that you test the required texture on a sample
surface.
To improve the „feathering effect“ in order to allow easier overlap, choose an appropriate distance between the spray lance
and the object surface.
The spray margin should „feather out“ to allow easier overlapping.
Considerably less spray mist is produced if the spray lance is
always guided at 90° parallel to the spray surface.
Note:
Sharp-edged grains and pigments will increase wear on the
pump, hose, material ball valve and tip.
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Fitting accessories
9.1
Compressor
V 400 suction volume 360 l/min
• Attach compressor holder (item 1, fig. 17) and secure with
star grip (2).
• Place compressor onto holder. Slide retaining plate (3) over
the compressor base.
• Secure the compressor with star grips (4).
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9.2
Sack mangle
Safety note
Danger of crushing.
Do not pace hands under the roller.
Technical data
Roller length: 465 mm
Roller diameter: 66 mm
Weight: 6.7 kg
Putting sack mangle into operation
• Connect crank handle (1, fig. 18) and secure with linch pin.
• Insert sack mangle and sliding cover (2, accessory).
• Screw out star grips (3) about 2 cm.
• Place sack mangle and crank handle (1) on the sliding cover
to the right from the front. Move guide rollers (4) over stop
pins on the underside of the sliding cover.
• Adjust pressure force of the roller (5). Turn the star grips (3)
to the right until they will go no further.
• Turn crank and move sack mangle to the rear as far as it will
go.
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Placing out of operation and cleaning
Using coating materials in sacks
• Pull sliding cover back about 15 cm.
• Place sack on the sliding cover in such a way that the top
faces the front end of the sliding cover.
• Cut sack open.
• Allow the coating material to flow into the receptacle.
• Move sack mangle forwards over the sack by turning the
crank handle until the guide rollers reach the stop pins.
• To ease pressing – move sack mangle to frame of sack mangle with your left hand.
• Strip remaining coating material from sack opening with a
spatula.
9.3
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2
5
Container suction system
• Turn off device at master switch.
• Pull out mains plug from the socket and ensure that it cannot be plugged back in unintentionally.
• Unscrew the hexagon nuts (2) on the receptacle (1, Fig. 19),
remove washers.
• Remove receptacle.
• Attach container connection (3) to the base of the receptacle. Mount disks and secure with hexagon nuts (2).
• Connect suction hose (5) to container connection (3). Alternatively, connect connecting bridge (6) to the container
connection (3) and connect suction hose (5) to connecting
bridge.
• Fill suction hose with water and connect to the container.
• Turn on mortar spraying machine.
Note:
All connections must be sealed air tight so that a vacuum can
be produced.
Place a small amount of machine lubricant onto the rubber
seals of the connections in order to allow for the easy opening
and closing of the connectors.
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Placing out of operation and
cleaning
Do not spray the motor or control unit of
the mortar spraying machine with water jet, high-pressure or steam cleaning
equipment. Water could penetrate the machine and cause a short-circuit.
10.1
Cleaning the mortar hose
• Pump until receptacle is empty.
When operating using the container suction system, remove
suction hose from the container.
Important: Do not let the mortar spray machine run
dry.
• Remove texture nozzle from spray lance and clean.
The mortar hose must be without pressure. If necessary, turn changeover switch
briefly to
(backwards).
Note the pressure gauge ––> 0 bar.
Wear protective goggles.
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Placing out of operation and cleaning
• Disconnect the mortar hose from the outlet section.
• Insert cleaning ball in the mortar hose.
Re-connect the mortar hose.
• Fill water into receptacle.
When operating using the container suction system, immerse suction hose into receptacle with water.
Turn on mortar spraying machine.
• After a few seconds the cleaning ball will come out of the
spray lance.
• Repeat cleaning procedure 3–4 times, depending on the
coating material used.
There is a further possibility for cleaning using the cleaning
adapter.
This cleaning adapter can be connected to a water hose or
tap with a claw coupling.
Place cleaning ball in the mortar hose. Couple mortar hose to
the cleaning adapter and rinse through with water.
10.2
• Unscrew and remove container connection from the receptacle lower section.
• Clean receptacle lower section, container connection and
suction hose with a water jet and, if necessary, using a suitable brush.
• Clean pump screw and pump jacket thoroughly with water.
• Clean outlet unit (2) inside using a bottle brush.
• Keep threads for the star grips clean and grease.
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Cleaning device and changing pump
jacket
Never remove the safety grill for any cleaning work!
Disassembly
• Lubricate pump.
•
•
•
•
Turn changeover switch to
(backwards).
Spray pump antiseize or a little dishwashing liquid into the
outlet unit (2, fig. 22) or place a little dishwashing liquid into
the receptacle and pump through the pump.
Turn changeover switch to „0“.
Unscrew star grips (1, fig. 20).
Remove outlet unit (2) towards the front.
Set feed rate to „3“.
• Turn changeover switch to
3 4 1
2
Pump jacket assembly
Important:
Spray pump screw and pump jacket with pump antiseize or
wet with dishwashing liquid.
• Turn changeover switch to
(forwards).
(backwards).
Danger of crushing!
Danger of crushing!
• Pump jacket (3) will disconnect from pump screw.
• Set changeover switch to „0“.
• Clean receptacle and receptacle lower section with a water
jet.
When operating using the container suction system, turn off device using master
switch. Remove the mains plug from the
socket and ensure that it cannot be replaced unintentionally.
• Place pump jacket (3, fig. 20) onto pump screw. Ensure that
the ledge of the pump jacket (3) is properly slid into the rectangular recess of the pump trigger (4).
• Pump jacket pulls itself onto the pump screw.
• Set changeover switch to “0”.
• Assemble outlet unit.
10.3
Cleaning spray lance
• Clean texture nozzle.
• Clean air holes in the texture nozzle with a cleaning needle.
• Clean the inside of the spray lance with a bottle brush.
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Malfunction checklist
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Malfunction checklist
Fault
Possible cause
Motar spraying machine does
not start
The mortar spraying machine has been Set master switch and changeover switch to „0“.
overloaded.
Turn mortar spraying machine back on after
about 10 sec.
Caution: set changeover switch to „0“ before
turning on master switch.
Mortar spraying machine
cannot turn pump screw.
Pump screw is stuck in pump jacket.
Mortar spraying machine
cannot be switched on/off by
means of the remote control.
Remote control not on.
Set changeover switch to “AUTO”.
Remote control line not connected or
defect.
Connect remote control, check connections,
check remote control line for damage.
Mortar spraying machine builds
up pressure in the mortar hose.
However, no coating material
comes out of the spray lance.
Coating material “blockages” in mortar
hose. Motor hose not pre-rinsed with
synthetic resin dispersion or cellulose
paste.
Find blockage by feeling the mortar hose. Remove pressure from mortar hose set changeover
switch to
(backwards).
Pump was not lubricated with pump
antiseize.
Remedy
Set delivery rate switch to “0”. Set changeover
switch to
(forward). As soon as the
pump screw rotates at a constant speed, slowly
set the delivery rate switch to the desired delivery
rate.
Pump coating material back into receptacle.
Mortar hose must be without
pressure.
Observe pressure gauge ––> 0
bar. Wear protective goggles.
Disconnect mortar hose – bend the blocked area
by hand. Rinse mortar hose with a water hose.
When the blockage has been removed, fill the
mortar hose with synthetic resin dispersion or
cellulose paste. Re-connect mortar hose.
The spray jet stops while spraying, ”spluttering” occurs.
No coating material in receptacle.
Pump has sucked up air.
Fill with coating material and pump in circulation
until coating material is free of bubbles.
Caution:
Do not allow the pump to run dry. The pump
will heat up, thus danger of ”blockage”. Refill
with coating material.
Coating material is not sliding down in
the receptacle.
In all cases turn off mortar spraying machine (see
safety requirements) – then push down the coating material.
Coating material suddenly stops Blockage in texture nozzle due to imcoming out while spraying.
purities in the coating material or too
large grain size.
Turn off mortar spraying machine. Close the
material tap on the spray lance. Remove texture
nozzle and clean. If necessary, use larger texture
nozzle. Rule of thumb:
Grain size x 3 ––> Nozzle size.
No clean, even spraying pattern. Air channels in the texture nozzle are
Turn off mortar spraying machine.
partially blocked with coating material. Close material tap on spray lance.
Remove texture nozzle. Clean air channels in the
texture nozzle.
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Malfunction checklist
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
Pressure on the pressure gauge
increases to over 40 bar.
Viscosity of the coating material too
high.
Dilute the coating material.
Mortar hose diameter too narrow.
Use a mortar hose with a larger diameter.
Mortar spraying machine does
not transport sufficient coating
material.
Mortar hose too long.
Use shorter mortar hose.
Flow speed selected too low.
Set feed rate to a higher setting.
Mortar hose diameter too narrow.
Use a mortar hose with a larger diameter.
Pump jacket worn.
Install new pump jacket and, if necessary, new
pump screw.
Caution: Spray with pump antiseize.
Viscosity of the coating material too
high.
Dilute coating material.
Texture nozzle too small.
Select a larger texture nozzle.
If none of the above-mentioned possible causes was the reason for malfunction, there must be a defect which will be repaired
by the WAGNER after-sales service.
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Servicing
• Keep the threads for the star grips clean and oiled.
• Spray pump screw and pump jacket with pump antiseize.
• Geared-motor is maintenance-free.
Electrical equipment
Check lines and plug connections. Rectify faults such as loose
connections, smoldered wires or dirty or damp plug connections immediately.
Work and repairs on the electrical equipment may be carried out only by a qualified electrician even if the product is accompanied with operating instructions.
We are unable to assume liability for the
consequences of incorrect installation.
Long-term storage
If it is intended to store the machine for a long period, it must
be thoroughly cleaned and protected against corrosion beforehand.
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9982 820
9982 823
0348 230
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9900 204
9920 102
9900 125
0348 334
9972 331
0348 400
9971 171
9930 913
0348 324
9921 518
0348 313
9922 746
0348 245
9900 511
0348 307
9900 109
0348 396
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9910 107
2311 356
0348 306
9910 208
9900 118
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3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
30
31
9900 118
9910 208
0348 306
2311 356
9910 107
------------0348 397
9900 109
0348 307
9900 511
0348 245
9922 746
0348 313
9921 518
0348 324
9930 913
9971 171
0348 400
9972 331
0348 334
9900 125
9920 102
9900 204
------------0348 231
9982 823
9982 820
Hexagon screw M 8 x 30 DIN 933
Hexagon nut M 8 DIN 985
Receptacle lower part
Grating
Hexagon nut M8 DIN 934
Type plate PlastCoat 25
Type plate PlastCoat 35
Hexagon screw M 8 x 25 DIN 933
Receptacle
Countersunk screw
Feed screw
Snap ring A 45
Carrier bush
Lock washer B12 DIN 127
Screw
Straight pin 8 x 40
O-Ring 90 x 3,5
Intermediate flange
Grooved ring 32 x 50 x 10
Supporting ring
Hexagon screw M 8 x 50 DIN 933
Washer A 8,4 DIN 125
Hexagon screw M 8 x 35 DIN 931 (2)
Transmission motor 230 V~, 50 Hz
Transmission motor 400 V, 50 Hz, V3~
Adapter
Cable screw connection
Motor cable
0348 363
1
0348 363
Part No.
Part No.
Designation
PlastCoat 25 PlastCoat 35
0342 321
0348 233
35
36
9982 822
9951 063
9951 078
52
53
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0348 422
0348 347
9910 204
9920 103
0348 318
9990 863
9900 317
0348 419
9994 902
0348 349
9991 947
9991 946
9970 109
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
9990 618
9990 368
34
37
0348 315
33
9951 078
9951 063
9982 822
0348 424
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0348 347
9910 204
9920 103
0348 318
9990 863
9900 317
0348 419
9994 902
0348 349
9991 947
9991 946
9970 109
9990 618
0348 233
0342 321
9990 368
0348 315
Hexagon nut
Hexagon nut
Cable screw connection
Device mains connection
H07 RN-F3G2,5 – 6 m
Device mains connection
H07 RN-F5G1,5 – 6 m
Drawbar pipe left
Hexagon nut M 6 DIN 985
Washer A 6,4 DIN 125
Drawbar tube right
Pipe end cap
Cheese head screw M 8 x 50 DIN 912
Trolley frame
Wheel cap
Wheel
Protective cap
Pressure gauge
Sealing ring
Coupling
Outlet unit
Adapter fix-nipple V 35-M 27
Star grip M 16
Pump jacket yellow W 10/3 (standard)
Pump screw yellow W 10/3 (standard)
0348 316
32
0348 316
Part No.
Part No.
Designation
PlastCoat 25 PlastCoat 35
Item
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Spare parts list – Spray lance
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Spare parts list – Spray lance with automatic control
(Spare parts illustration, see page 98)
Part No.
Spray lance
(ceiling spray
lance)
100 mm long 800 mm lang
Designation
Item Part No.
Spray lance
0348 241
Item Part No.
Spray lance
0348 923
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1
9910 208
9910 208
2
3
4
5
9920 102
0348 243
3051 679
0348 354
0348 921
0348 942
0348 355
0268 779
0348 915
0268 780
0348 916
0268 781
9920 102
0348 243
3051 679
------------0348 921
0348 942
0348 355
0268 779
0348 915
0268 780
0348 916
0268 781
0348 917
0268 782
0342 327
0348 917
0268 782
0342 327
Spray lance with automatic control
Extension kit 500 mm
long (material pipe
and air pipe)
Extension kit 800 mm
long (material pipe
and air pipe)
Hexagon nut M8 DIN
985
Washer 8.4 DIN 433
Lever
O-ring 35 x 2
Air pipe 100 mm long
Air pipe 800 mm long
Air pipe 500 mm long
Nozzle head
Texture nozzle 4
Texture nozzle 5
Texture nozzle 6
Texture nozzle 7
Texture nozzle 8
(standard)
Texture nozzle 9
Texture nozzle 10
Texture nozzle 12
0342 350
0342 350
Sealing washer
0348 904
6
7
8
15
0348 960
0348 904
0342 200
2
Designation
9
0342 351
0342 351
Union nut
10
0348 346
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0348 922
0348 922
0348 943
0348 943
11
9902 309
9902 309
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
0348 460
0348 216
0348 244
3105 540
0348 461
9920 104
0268 338
9983 237
0348 460
0348 216
0348 244
3105 540
0348 461
9920 104
0268 338
9983 237
9983 238
9983 238
20
0342 313
0342 313
21
22
9991 112
0268 604
9991 112
0268 604
Material pipe 100 mm
long
Material pipe 800 mm
long
Material pipe 500 mm
long
Pan head tapping
screw 4.2 x 16
Cover
Cable
Connection sleeve
O-ring 26 x 2
Stop
Washer 4.3
Ball tap
Double nipple 3/4
in – 1 in
Double nipple 3/4
in – round thread 32
x 1/8 in
Fix nipple connection
V 27*
Ball tap*
Air hose*
*Loctite 222
Spare parts list – Spray lance without automatic control
(Spare parts illustration, see page 98)
Item Part No.
Designation
Spray lance
100 mm long
1
Part No.
Spray lance
(ceiling spray
lance)
100 mm long 800 mm lang
0268 779
0348 915
0268 780
0348 916
0268 781
0348 917
0268 782
0342 327
0342 350
Spray lance without automatic
control
Texture nozzle 4
Texture nozzle 5
Texture nozzle 6
Texture nozzle 7
Texture nozzle 8 (standard)
Texture nozzle 9
Texture nozzle 10
Texture nozzle 12
Sealing washer
Item Part No.
Designation
Spray lance
100 mm long
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0342 351
0268 604
9991 112
0268 470
0342 469
9991 111
9983 237
9983 238
10
0342 313
Union nut
Air hose*
Ball tap*
Nozzle head
Material pipe*
Ball tap
Double nipple 3/4 in – 1 in
Double nipple 3/4 in – round thread
32 x 1/8 in
Fix nipple connection V 27 *
* Loctite 222
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Spare parts list –
Compressor V 400
Item
Part No.
Designation
1
0342 231
Compressor V 400, 230 V~, 50 Hz
suction volume 360 l/min
2
9992 823
Rapid action coupling
3
0348 452
Retaining plate
4
0348 442
Compressor holder
5
9990 373
Star grip M 8
6
0348 957
Compressor holder
1
2
5
3
4
5
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Spare parts list – Container suction system
Item
Part No.
Designation
1
0348 907
Container suction system
2
9971 529
Seal
3
0342 205
Suction hose
4
0097 085
Coupling
5
0348 361
Connecting plate
6
0348 947
Connecting bridge
7
0097 105
Coupling
2
7
3
2
1
7
2
2
2
6
4
5
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Accessories PlastCoat 25 and 35
(Accessories illustration, see page 99/100)
Item Part No.
Designation
Item Part No.
Designation
1
0268 779
Texture nozzle 4
14
9983 238
0348 915
Texture nozzle 5
Double nipple 3/4 in – round thread
32 x 1/8 in
0268 780
Texture nozzle 6
15
0342 200
0348 916
Texture nozzle 7
Spray lance 100 mm long without automatic control
0268 781
Texture nozzle 8 (standard)
16
0348 241
0348 917
Texture nozzle 9
Spray lance 100 mm long with automatic control
0268 782
Texture nozzle 10
17
0348 961
Angled spraying head 70° for spray
lance with automatic control
0342 327
Texture nozzle 12
18
0348 904
0268 905
Texture nozzle 4, 6, 8, 10
2
0342 916
Cleaning needle
Extension kit 500 mm long (material
pipe and air pipe) for spray lance with
automatic control
3
0342 330
Cleaning ball for DN 19 mm
0348 923
0342 331
Cleaning ball for DN 27 mm
Extension kit 800 mm (material pipe
and air pipe) for spray lance with automatic control
0342 332
Cleaning ball for DN 35 mm
19
0348 960
0342 329
Bottle brush for cleaning the inside of
the outlet unit and spray lance
Spray lance (ceiling spray lance) 800
mm long with automatic control
20
0342 285
Double spray lance 400 mm long with
automatic control
4
5
9992 824
Pump antiseize 500 ml
6
0342 215
Hose holder
21
0342 912
Rendering lance 200 U
7
0342 241
Cleaning adapter M 27 – GK
22
0268 726
Rendering nozzle set 14, 16, 18
0348 948
Cleaning adapter M 35 – GK
23
0342 240
8
0348 920
0342 321
Adapter fix-nipple V 27 – M 35
Adapter fix-nipple V 35 – M 27
Texture spraying head for application
gun
24
0342 246
9
0348 946
Mortar hose DN 35 – 13.3 m,
connection V 35 – M 35
Application gun, connection V 27 for
the application of heat insulation composite system adhesive
0348 912
Mortar hose DN 27 – 10 m,
connection V 27 – M 27
25
0342 231
0348 930
Mortar hose DN 19 – 20 m,
connection V 27 – round thread
32 x 1/8 in
Compressor V 400, 230 V AC,
50Hz,suction volume 360 l/min without automatic switch-off
0342 906
0348 909
Mortar hose DN 19 – 10 m,
connection V 27 – round thread
32 x 1/8 in
Compressor V 400, 230 V~, 50 Hz, suction volume 360 l/min with automatic
switch-off
26
0348 957
Compressor holder V 400
29
0348 316
0348 926
0348 928
Pump screw yellow (standard)
Pump screw brown
Pump screw green
30
0348 315
0348 925
Pump jacket yellow (standard)
Pump jacket brown
31
0348 927
Pump jacket green, retightenable
32
0348 907
Container suction system
33
0348 962
Sliding cover for receptacle
0342 255
Mortar hose DN 19 – 2 m,
connection V 27 – round thread
32 x 1/8 in
10
9952 672
Plug
11
0342 314
Seal fix-coupling M 27
9971 531
Seal fix-coupling M 35
12
9952 673
Coupling plug
13
0268 216
Pressure switch for remote control of
spray lance without automatic control
48
34
0348 963
Sack mangle
35
0348 958
Accessory box with various accessories
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30
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31
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25
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Illustration des accessoires
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Testing of the unit
Guarantee declaration
For safety reasons, we would recommend having the device
checked by an expert as required but at least every 12 months
to ensure that it can continue to operate safely.
In the case of unused devices, the check can be postponed
until they are next started up.
All (potentially deviating) national inspection and maintenance regulations must also be observed.
If you have any questions, please contact the customer service
team at Wagner.
(Status 01.02.2009)
NOTE ON DISPOSAL
In observance of the European Directive 2002/96/EC on waste
electrical and electronic equipment and implementation in
accordance with national law, this product is not to be disposed of together with household waste material but must be
recycled in an environmentally friendly way!
Wagner or one of our dealers will take back your used Wagner
waste electrical or electronic equipment and will dispose of
it for you in an environmentally friendly way. Please ask your
local Wagner service centre or dealer for details or contact us
direct.
Important notes on product liability
As a result of an EC regulation being effective as from January
1, 1990, the manufacturer shall only be liable for his product
if all parts come from him or are released by him, and if the
devices are properly mounted and operated. If the user applies outside accessories and spare parts, the manufacturer´s
liability can fully or partially be inapplicable; in extreme
cases usage of the entire device can be prohibited by the
competent authorities (employer´s liability insurance association and factory inspectorate division)
Only the usage of original WAGNER accessories and spare
parts guarantees that all safety regulations are observed.
1. Scope of guarantee
All Wagner professional colour application devices (hereafter referred to as products) are carefully inspected,
tested and are subject to strict checks under Wagner
quality assurance. Wagner exclusively issues extended
guarantees to commercial or professional users (hereafter
referred to as “customer”) who have purchased the product in an authorised specialist shop, and which relate to
the products listed for that customer on the Internet under
www.wagner-group.com/profi-guarantee.
The buyer’s claim for liability for defects from the purchase
agreement with the seller as well as statutory rights are not
impaired by this guarantee.
We provide a guarantee in that we decide whether to replace
or repair the product or individual parts, or take the device
back and reimburse the purchase price. The costs for materials
and working hours are our responsibility. Replaced products
or parts become our property.
2. Guarantee period and registration
The guarantee period amounts to 36 months. For industrial
use or equal wear, such as shift operations in particular, or in
the event of rentals it amounts to 12 months.
Systems driven by petrol or air are also guaranteed for a 12
month period.
The guarantee period begins with the day of delivery by the
authorised specialist shop. The date on the original purchase
document is authoritative.
For all products bought in authorised specialist shops from
01.02.2009 the guarantee period is extended to 24 months
providing the buyer of these devices registers in accordance
with the following conditions within 4 weeks of the day of delivery by the authorised specialist shop.
Registration can be completed on the Internet under
www.wagner-group.com/profi-guarantee. The guarantee certificate is valid as confirmation, as is the
original purchase document that carries the date of the purchase. Registration is only possible if the buyer is in agreement
with having the data being stored that is entered during registration.
When services are carried out under guarantee the guarantee
period for the product is neither extended nor renewed.
Once the guarantee period has expired, claims made against
the guarantee or from the guarantee can no longer be enforced.
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5. Additional regulations.
If defects can be seen in the materials, processing or performance of the device during the guarantee period, guarantee
claims must be made immediately, or at the latest within a
period of 2 weeks.
The authorised specialist shop that delivered the device is entitled to accept guarantee claims. Guarantee claims may also be
made to the service centres named in our operating instructions. The product has to be sent without charge or presented
together with the original purchase document that includes
details of the purchase date and the name of the product. In
order to claim for an extension to the guarantee, the guarantee certificate must be included.
The costs as well as the risk of loss or damage to the product
in transit or by the centre that accepts the guarantee claims
or who delivers the repaired product, are the responsibility of
the customer.
The above guarantees apply exclusively to products that have
been bought by authorised specialist shops in the EU, CIS,
Australia and are used within the reference country.
If the check shows that the case is not a guarantee case, repairs are carried out at the expense of the buyer.
The above regulations manage the legal relationship to us
concludingly. Additional claims, in particular for damages and
losses of any type, which occur as a result of the product or
its use, are excluded from the product liability act except with
regard to the area of application.
Claims for liability for defects to the specialist trader remain
unaffected.
German law applies to this guarantee. The contractual language is German. In the event that the meaning of the German and a foreign text of this guarantee deviate from one another, the meaning of the German text has priority.
4. Exclusion of guarantee
J. Wagner GmbH
Division Professional Finishing
Otto Lilienthal Strasse 18
88677 Markdorf
Federal Republic of Germany
Guarantee claims cannot be considered
--for parts that are subject to wear and tear due to use or other
natural wear and tear, as well as defects in the product that
are a result of natural wear and tear, or wear and tear due
to use. This includes in particular cables, valves, packaging,
jets, cylinders, pistons, means-carrying housing components,
filters, pipes, seals, rotors, stators, etc. Damage due to wear and
tear that is caused in particular by sanded coating materials,
such as dispersions, plaster, putty, adhesives, glazes, quartz
foundation.
in the event of errors in devices that are due to non-compliance
with the operating instructions, unsuitable or unprofessional
use, incorrect assembly and/or commissioning by the buyer
or by a third party, or utilisation other than is intended,
abnormal ambient conditions, unsuitable coating materials,
unsuitable operating conditions, operation with the incorrect
mains voltage supply/frequency, over-operation or defective
servicing or care and/or cleaning.
for errors in the device that have been caused by using
accessory parts, additional components or spare parts that
are not original Wagner parts.
for products to which modifications or additions have been
carried out.
for products where the serial number has been removed or
is illegible
for products to which attempts at repairs have been carried
out by unauthorised persons.
for products with slight deviations from the target properties,
which are negligible with regard to the value and usability of
the device.
for products that have been partially or fully taken apart.
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